The ASPIRE is a 7-year programme of the Royal Government of Cambodia. The Programme became effective with the signing of the Financing Agreement between the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) and IFAD on 5th March 2015. The Programme Implementation Date is June 2015 and was officially launched on 8-9 October 2015. The original Programme Completion Date was June 2022 and Closing date was 31 December 2022. However, the programme completion date has been extended 31 December 2022 and the Financial Closing Date is 30 June 2023. Read More…
The goal of Agriculture Services Programme for Innovation, Resilience, and Extension (ASPIRE) is to reduce poverty and increase the resilience of poor and vulnerable smallholder farmers in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
Enhanced Cambodian model of agriculture services is a demonstrated as effective for assisting a diversity of smallholder farmers to contribute to broad-based economic growth through profitable and resilient farm business.
What You Need to Know
- Sometimes, raw fruits and vegetables contain harmful germs that can make you and your family sick.
- The safest produce to eat is cooked; the next safest is washed.
- Wash fruits and vegetables under running water—even if you do not plan to eat the peel.
-Direct benefits include:
- Agriculture inputs are decreased, Yield is increase, Income is increase and Value added to vegetables. Also Indirect benefits can include: Improved households’ health, Environmentally friendly, Food safety friendly, Potential to decrease imported vegetables from neighboring countries and Increased social welfare in Cambodia
Agriculture Services Programme for Innovation, Resilience and Extension (ASPIRE) is a programme of the Royal Government of Cambodia, supported by International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD).
Farmer Mr. Huot Dara, owner of M23 cashew cultivation farm in Preah Vihear Province. He has a successful cashew cultivation and cultivation technique.
“Old Farm, New Agriculture” is a story that highlights the perseverance and perseverance of farmers who strive to farm in a new way that is resistant to climate change with the cultivation of houseplants, nets and drip irrigation. SOLA-powered water with ASPIRE support.
Safe Vegetable in Net House
ASPIRE Extension Instruments: ASPIRE deploys 5 score extension delivery instruments: Contracting Out, Public Private Partnership (PPP), Support to Agriculture Cooperatives/Farmer Organizations (AC/FO), Farmer to Farmer (F2) and Direct Public Extension Service (DPES).
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